Last year, he reached the final without being seeded, losing to Medvedev. This year Jannik Sinner returns to Rotterdam after his victory at the Australian Open and is seen as the favorite, at least according to the ATP Rotterdam 2024 odds.
Tennis bets: Will Sinner win in Rotterdam?
After the Australian Open victory that anointed him as the absolute star of world sport and the requisite podiums among politics and the media, Jannik Sinner has already returned to work for their ever-higher goals. His competitive return after Australia will take place at the ABN Amro Open in Rotterdam from 12 to 18 February: a tournament in the ATP 500 category but always very well attended.
Consider that Jannik Sinner was unseeded last year despite being world No. 17. On this occasion, the Italian reached the final, losing to Daniil Medvedev. Jannik returns to the Netherlands this year ranked 4th in the world. The concrete goal of being number 3 If you win the tournament. The Russian will actually miss the tournament and will not be able to defend the earned points.
A great opportunity for Jannik Sinner, who will be the number 1 seed and also the first favorite of the bettors. Victory at ATP Rotterdam, focused on tennis betting, is worth it, according to Eurobet* odds 2.25. The second favorite is fellow Russian Andrey Rublev, n.5 ATP and in second place at 8.00. Sinner and Rublev are the only names who did not reach double digits in tennis betting in this tournament.
ATP Rotterdam 2024: Possible traps for the Sinner
We are only at the beginning of the season, but the shadow of some tennis players is already strong. Consider the Holger Rune, will be seeded third at ATP Rotterdam but will be only the sixth favorite in 16th place. From where? the last one Separation from Boris Becker It raised new doubts about the psychophysical state of the boy, who appeared to have overcome the physical problems of the past year but needed peace of mind.
There seem to be other names to focus on for ATP Rotterdam, who say Rune can easily qualify for the final if he finds himself. For example, Hubert Hurkacz and Grigor Dimitrov, tds n.4 and n.6 respectively, both awarded at 11 and came from the semi-final and final in Marseille respectively. In Dimitrov’s case, we are talking about a tennis player who has been doing wonders in recent months.
But if we are talking about players in form, Ugo Humbert cannot be ignored. The twenty-five-year-old Frenchman seemed lost in big tennis, but recently found himself, ranked 7th and won Marseille, beating Hurkacz in the semi-finals and Dimitrov in the final. He has 16 chances of qualifying for ATP Rotterdam, so he needs to be seriously considered.
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